2021 August 18th
In the last post we highlighted how AI medical imaging solutions can serve as ‘a second set of eyes’ reducing the risk of overlooked findings. Operating in near-real time, they can affect patient treatment decisions, mitigating the risk of missed potentially life-threatening pathologies.
2021 August 9th
In an interview with Oxipit Dr Erik Ranschaert singled out how AI and a radiologist operate as a team to arrive at a more precise diagnosis. In such clinical workflow, AI medical imaging solutions provide a ‘second set of eyes’ and mitigates the risk of overlooked findings.
2021 August 2nd
Dr Erik Ranschaert is one of the key AI medical imaging experts in Europe. He is Digital Doctor at ETZ Hospital in Tilburg, responsible for developing a hospital-wide AI infrastructure. In this interview with Oxipit, Erik shares his views on AI tool adoption, future of radiology and why we should learn and unlearn.
2021 July 26th
As we are building our AI tools in Europe, multi-lingual availability is their integral feature. Our first product Oxipit ChestEye produces radiological reports (report out) in 14 languages. In addition, our platform can ingest radiological reports (report in) in any world language.
2021 July 20th
ChestLink analytical dashboard is an integral part of autonomous AI operations. The dashboard helps to ensure transparency, accountability and traceability of every taken action.
2021 July 16th
Autonomous AI medical imaging platform deployment follows a three-stage framework. Ensuring process clarity, transparency, accountability and decision traceability is no less important than the performance of the AI autonomous product itself.
2021 July 12th
ChestLink, the first autonomous medical imaging application, produces automated reports for healthy patients. Learn why we have selected healthy patient report automation as a viable first step for autonomous operations.
2021 July 9th
It is safe to say that in developed countries the radiology departments are understaffed by 1/3. Moreover, the report by World Health Organization states that 2/3 of the world population does not have access to diagnostic medical imaging.
2021 July 7th
Recently World Health Organization published a guidance document regarding AI governance and ethics in healthcare. The document outlines key principles for AI deployments in daily medical practice and is a welcome addition to the discussions on the vanguard field of medical AI development.
2021 March 2nd
The AI medical imaging company will showcase the first autonomous AI diagnostics application for healthy patient report automation. The new product by Oxipit automatically identifies chest X-ray images with no abnormality and produces finalized patient reports without any intervention from the radiologist. The application is pending CE mark certification and will be made available for commercial deployments in the Q3 2021.

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